65 thoughts on “Win11 chads… go on without me…”

    • >The future is having to meet spec requirements to install an operating system
      Oh my god, that’s never been the case ever before

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  1. This is how you install Win11 without TPM.

    https://gist.github.com/AveYo/c74dc774a8fb81a332b5d65613187b15#file-skip_tpm_check_on_dynamic_update_v2-cmd

    Make sure you prep your flash drive with the iso this creates properly. I can’t be bothered explaining it, so you’ll need to fucking google it. Basically you make two partitions.

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      • And finally, here are instructions for permanently turning off Windows Security/Defender so you can get back to pirating like a proper homosexual:

        https://lazyadmin.nl/win-11/turn-off-windows-defender-windows-11-permanently/

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  2. >Do the clean install work around
    >In doing so, lost win10 and it’s product key because it wasn’t technically an "upgrade"
    >Now get that annoying watermark nag (that you can only get rid of for a few hours using a reboot batch file, but it comes right back)
    Was this whole requiring new processors thing just a way to get people to buy new license keys? For fucks sake

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  3. >Launches with a scheduler crippling set up that impacts AMD performance
    >Update comes
    >Makes it 4-7x worse
    Win11 chads… I’m never joining you

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  4. you can enable ftpm in the bios, but win11 currently slow amd cpu.
    let the npc beta tester do their job and wait 1 to 2 years than upgrade or switch to linux

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    • I installed it today. There’s a workaround by deleting every mention of NPM in a dll file, also
      That being said, I’m finding more inconveniences than good new features. Good thing I only installed it in my laptop and not my main PC, I’ll probably wait until the Android update at the very least.

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